ANS YOUNG MEMBERS CORNER

In 2014, the ANS Executive Council approved the creation of a Young Members Group, tasked with addressing the interests and needs of neurotologists in the early portion of their careers.  Eligible members include current ANS members, Neurotology Fellow or Trainee member within 8 years of graduation from fellowship (based on the criteria used by the Young Physicians Section of the AAO-HNS) and those currently in fellowship. 

ANS Mentorship click here to learn more.


YOUNG MEMBER COMMITTEE LEADERSHIP

Young Member, Co-Chair - James G. Naples, MD
Young Member, Co-Chair - Candace Hobson, MD
Young Member Officer, Shawn M. Stevens, MD
Young Member Officer, Anne K. Maxwell, MD

Immediate past Co-Chair, Beth N. McNulty, MD
Immediate past Co-Chair, Cameron C. Wick, MD

Neurotology 2023 Bootcamp

The Neurotology Bootcamp was designed to bring together the incoming Neurotology fellows to learn from renowned faculty who are active young members of the ANS. Our goal is to smooth the transition into fellowship by providing this intense training course through concentrated instruction and attention from our faculty members.  The course is a combination of virtual and in-person lectures as well as hands-on cadaveric dissection. Below are some quick facts about the course, and more details will be provided through a formal invitation.

  • Course Directors: Dr. Jeffrey Sharon (UCSF) and Dr. Cameron Wick (Washington University St. Louis)
  • Guest Faculty: Dr. Divya Chari (University of Massachusetts), Dr. Deepa Galaiya (Johns Hopkins), Dr. Philip Perez (UPMC) and Dr. Neil Patel (University of Utah).

Trainee Membership

The ANS Trainee membership category was created in 2004 by the ANS Executive Council with hopes that all Neurotology Fellows, Otolaryngology-HNS Residents, and Post Doctorate Researchers would apply for ANS entry-level membership as a full member at the close of his or her training. Trainee membership will co-terminate with the residency/training program at which time the Trainee member will be notified to apply for membership.

The following qualifications are required for Trainee Membership in the American Neurotology Society.

1. The candidate shall have earned a Medical Degree of MD, DO, PhD, or the equivalent.

2. In training in a field of study related to the field of Neurotology (Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Residency, Neurotology Fellowship or post doctoral research position).

3. Special interest in the field of Neurotology

4. Highest ethical and moral standards

5. Letter from Department Chair and/or Fellowship/Program Director validating your good standing as a Trainee including the duration of the program and expected date of completion. (letter must be uploaded with your application)

Trainee member applications are accepted year-around. Click here to download application instructions 
To complete the online application, click here

Please contact the Ashley Eikenberry with any questions. 

Email: [email protected]


Otology & Neurotology Cochrane Scholarships

PAST RECIPIENTS of COCHRANE SCHOLARSHIPS:

Dr. Matthew L. Bush, MD, PhD - University of Kentucky Medical Center

Dr. Theodore R. McRackan, MD, MSCR -  Medical University of South Carolina

Dr. David M. Kaylie, MD Duke University, Durham, NC

Dr. Cameron C. Wick, MD - Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO

Dr. Michael S. Harris - Medical University of Wisconsin

Dr. Ksenia A. Aaron - Stanford University

Dr. Matthew Crowson, MD, MPA, MASc - Massachusetts Eye & Ear and Harvard

Dr. Kenny Lin, MD - Houston Methodist

Dr. Renee Banakis Hartl, MD, AuD - U Michigan / U Colorado

Dr. Tiffany Hwa, MDTemple University